Simon:

Bruce managed to clear up the issue that caused all the confusion in an 
off-line note that I'm going to post my reply to here later. But reading your 
note forced me to realize where the source of my confusion was. My comments 
below...


"Simon Coulter" <shc@flybynight.com.au> wrote:

>  The prototype for
>Qp0lGetPathFromFileID is
>
>    char *Qp0lGetPathFromFileID(char *, size_t, Qp0lFID_t);
(snip)
>Since the API returns a pointer to the first parameter

Except for the nearly trivial but absolutely critical detail that Bruce caught, 
everything that's been said was essentially old info. But the way you chose to 
word that last statement above -- "Since the API returns a pointer to the first 
parameter" -- made me look at the 'char *Qp0lGetPathFromFileID(' part of the 
prototype separate from the 'Qp0lGetPathFromFileID(char *,' part. Two different 
pointers.

"Ah ha!" I see! I mean, I knew that from the start, but the implication slipped 
past me due to the real problem I was having.

That's different. Never mind. (And thanks.)

Tom Liotta
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